November 17, 2012 Leave a comment
Not surprisingly, all four WCHA games were very tight, decided by a total of two goals in two wins with two ties.
From the WCHA …
No. 3 Minnesota 2, Wisconsin 2
MINNEAPOLIS – Junior forward Michael Mersch scored his second goal of the game at 5:06 of the second period to lift Wisconsin into a 2-2 tie with Minnesota on Friday night at Mariucci Arena.
Minnesota Duluth 4, No. 5/6 North Dakota 4
GRAND FORKS — Senior defenseman Drew Olson scored at 14:08 of the third period to propel Minnesota Duluth into a 4-4 tie with North Dakota on Friday night at Engelstad Arena.
Michigan Tech 5, Bemidji State 4 OT
BEMIDJI — Freshman forward Alex Petan scored 2:12 into overtime as Michigan Tech scored the final four goals of the game to emerge with a 5-4 victory against Bemidji State on Friday night at Sanford Center.
This may cheer up a few CC fans. The USHL Chicago Steel are enjoying an 8-3-1 start entering league play this weekend and three future Tigers are a big reason why. CC signee Alex Roos leads the team in scoring with 13 points (7 goals) in 12 games, while Christian Heil leads the team in goals with 10 (12 points).
Both Roos, a 17-year-old Prairie Grove, Illinois native, and Heil, an 18-year-old who hails from Westminster, Colo, are joined by former Tiger and Steel assistant coach R.J. Enga and Carolina draft pick Jaccob Slavin, of Erie, Colo., also a Tigers signee. Enga and Slavin, a defenseman, missed games to win gold for Team USA at the the recent World Junior A Challenge.